[TOP 10] ICONIC ROM COMS THAI MOVIES | QUARANTINE LIST

  Rom-com dramas, when done right, are the best kind of genre to watch. They make you feel good, tug at your heartstrings, and totally have you a believer in love. All aspects that we can dig, right?

Though the Thai film and television scene is best known for its horror films, we can confirm that their rom-coms are hilariously entertaining and fill your stomach up with butterflies. If you’re not fully convinced, we’ve collated some of the best Thai romantic comedy movies out there.


Crazy Little Thing Called Love

Nam is an ordinary, unattractive 14-year-old girl secretly in love with the most popular boy in school named Shone. He's hot, perfect, and generous, and that's what makes girls go crazy about him. Nam does everything she can in hopes that Shone will look her way, but can she build up the courage to tell him how she feels?


Bangkok Traffic Love Story

An urban love story set in the center of Bangkok where thirty-year-old Mei Li struggling to find true love. When Mei Li accidentally meets a handsome BTS engineer whom she considers the right man, she plans to make her first move. Though too many obstacles keep popping up, Mei Li will never give up.


I Fine..Thank You..Love You

A Japanese girl, Kaya, dumps her Thai boyfriend Yim (pronounced "Jim"), because he can't speak English and Kaya can't speak Thai. When Kaya leaves for America, Yim, determined to win Kaya's heart back, quickly learns English with a renowned English teacher who runs an English tutorial center, Ms. Pleng . Unbeknownst to Yim, Ms. Pleng is Kaya's good friend. Can Yim learn English and win back his love?


Friend Zone

The film follows the story of Palm and Gink, best friends of ten years. However, Palm has always had feelings for Gink but as the title suggests, he has been placed in the friend zone. However after many years, countless boyfriends and girlfriends, will the two finally realize what’s in front of them?


Pee Mak

After serving for the war, Mak invites three soldiers whom he befriended, to his home. Upon arrival they witness the village terrified of a ghost. The three friends hear rumors that the ghost is Mak's wife. 


May Who?

Pong is a high school geek who belongs to a group of high school outcasts known as the ‘Invisibles’. He enjoys letting his imagination run wild, drawing cartoons of a girl he likes. He doesn’t have the guts to ask her out because she belongs to a more popular clique in school. Pong’s cartoon illustration is the reason he gets to know a schoolmate named May. A nickname, so common for Thai girls that whenever anyone talks about a girl named May, whoever is listening will ask, “May who?”


Hello Stranger

A young Thai man and woman meet by coincidence while on vacation in South Korea and decide to tour the country together while keeping their names a secret from each other.


Fan Chan

Jeab hears that his childhood sweetheart Noi-Naa is to be married, so he makes the trip back home to his provincial village. As he does so, the memories come flooding back to his childhood in 1980s Thailand. He remembers always being late to school, so his father would have to give him a ride on the back of the motorcycle. After school, he would always play with Noi-Naa and her girlfriends while the neighborhood boys rode their bicycles and played football.


Brother of the Year

Jane lives with her brother Chut with her being the only one doing everything around the house. But Chut will need to learn to take care of himself when Jane is about to get married and move to Japan.


Suckseed

Ped is a geeky boy who is secretly in love with his classmate Earn since he was a young boy. When Ern moves away, Ped is crushed. Later in high school, Ped finds out that Earn has returned. Ped's best friend Koong decides to create a plan to get Earn and the other girls' attention by making a rock band. The boys find out that Earn is a talented guitarist and let her join their band. Ped learns that his best friend is pinning for Earn as well.


(Source: Wikipedia, MyDramaList, Wiki)

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